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                                         A Special BEC Breakfast Event 

                                                 Challenges and Opportunities for Business

                                                                  Sponsored by Sydney Airport

                                 with global artificial intelligence expert Distinguished Professor Jie Lu

We all know that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a major force in our economy and society, but the seemingly relentless pace of advancement in knowledge and application can make it hard to follow the latest developments and how they will impact us. 

Professor Lu is a world leader in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and in particular how it can and will be applied throughout our economy and society.

In this presentation she will share how AI, particularly machine learning learns from data to support data-driven prediction and decision-making. She will discuss the challenges and opportunities for businesses in the use of AI, and through using case studies, will illustrate the very latest real-world developments.   

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn and network with other business leaders and professionals.

Who should attend

Business leaders, professionals in the IT, manufacturing, engineering transport and construction industries, small business owners, people in government and anyone who is particularly interested in the economic and social impacts of AI.

About Jie Lu

Distinguished Professor Jie Lu is an internationally renowned scientist in the areas of computational intelligence, specifically in decision support systems, fuzzy transfer learning, concept drift, and recommender systems. She is a Fellow of IEEE and Fellow of IFSA, the Director of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence (CAI), which has 150 staff and students working on 35 research projects, and the Associate Dean (Research Excellence) in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). She has published six research books and over 400 papers in Artificial Intelligence, IEEE and other refereed journals and conference proceedings; has won 9 ARC DPs and led 10 industry projects; supervised 37 PhD students to completion. She serves as Editor-In-Chief for Knowledge-Based Systems (Elsevier) and Editor-In-Chief for International Journal on Computational Intelligence Systems (Atlantis). She has delivered over 25 keynote speeches at international conferences and chaired 15 international conferences. Jie Lu has received the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems Outstanding Paper award” (2019) and other national and international awards.


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